Health Resources

Take-Home Message #1 - Preventive Care Blog Series

"Life" + "Style" = "Lifestyle". Do we always account for both parts of the equation when we try living a "healthy lifestyle"? Find out what we quite often miss when we consider taking on a new healthy habit.
May 6th, 2019

Podcast: Heart Health, Risks, and HRT with Dr. Speck

In this podcast, genneve Director of Health, ob/gyn Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su, interviews one of Seattle's leading cardiologists, Dr. Sarah Speck, on ways to improve your heart health, starting right now, today.
Mar 4th, 2019

A Woman's Heart...

In honor of National Heart Month, Dr. Speck addresses the health challenges women face throughout a lifetime and offers some guidance.
Feb 5th, 2019
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Sit Less. Move More.

Too much sitting increases your risk of heart problems, Type 2 diabetes, and several types of cancer. It makes your joints stiff and affects your overall health, especially if you don't get regular exercise! There are many ways to reduce your "tush time."
Jan 17th, 2019

The Healthiest Hearts in the World

A newly studied group of natives in the Amazon are believed to have the healthiest hearts in the world. Their lifestyle of hunting, foraging, fishing and farming has resulted in a very low prevalence of atherosclerosis, or hardening, of the arteries and he
Apr 20th, 2017

Daily Sodium Intake: How Much?

Over the past several decades, there has been a substantial increase in the average American’s daily sodium intake.
Apr 18th, 2016

The Truth About Trans Fat

Trans fatty acids are harmful to one's health. When possible, avoid foods with shortening and partially hydrogenated oils.
Apr 18th, 2016